MABTON – While agreeing to pay $323,507 in unexpected costs for construction of its new wastewater plant, the city of Mabton is holding out hope for insurance coverage.
The Sunnyside City Council is split on whether or not to even discuss the possibility of asking citizens to vote on a potential ban on recreational marijuana sales in the city.
The ongoing, and seemingly never ending, discussion of whether or not to reopen South Hill Road in Sunnyside to through traffic continued at last night’s Sunnyside City Council meeting, with a decision planned for the council’s first meeting in April.
Monday, March 23, 2015, 6:30 p.m. at the Sunnyside Law & Justice Center
Monday, March 23, 2015, at 6:30 p.m. at Mabton School Board meeting room
Political drama expected when legislators from both sides of aisle reveal education budgets next Monday
OLYMPIA - A political thriller earns its debut next Monday, March 23, at Olympia’s marble palladium.
TOPPENISH – Nine Supreme Court justices hearing three cases in one packed house.
RICHLAND – Congressman Dan Newhouse now has two offices in Central Washington.
OLYMPIA - When Initiative 1351 to reduce class sizes in Washington’s K-12 public school system was approved by fewer than 51 percent of the voters in last November’s General Election, some believe those who cast ballots may not have fully understood how much it would cost to implement or where the money would come from.
OLYMPIA - The Washington State House of Representatives passed legislation last Friday that will help ensure farm workers have the necessary skills to keep the state’s agriculture industry thriving in the years to come.
Monday, March 9, 2015, 6:30 p.m. at the Sunnyside Law & Justice Center
OLYMPIA - State and local agencies may charge a processing fee for public records sought for commercial purposes, under terms of a proposal considered by the 2015 legislature.
Three Washington State Senate bills aim to increase awareness of human trafficking and help agencies coordinate efforts to confront the problem.
An open door at his Olympia office led to Sen. Jim Honeyford joining the Civil Air Patrol nearly a decade ago.